United Kingdom, New Zealand. Grandstand (also known as Grandstand Leisure Products) is a video game console and electronic game manufacturer and distributor. It was based in the United Kingdom and New Zealand and was active in the 1970s and 1980s.
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The Adman Grandstand came along in 1976-1977. It featured a series of games such as a version of the popular electronic tennis game, Atari Pong, which people were already playing. Other games included football, squash and shooting. Some versions included an electronic light gun. This games console was much imitated.
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Released in 1977, the Epoch TV Game System 10 was Epoch’s second video game machine, following the TV Tennis Electrotennis from 1975, (said to be the first video game console released in Japan). Manufacturer : Epoch Type : Game Console
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The first generation of video game consoles lasted approximately 12 years. The first console of the generation was the 1972 Magnavox Odyssey, and the final one to still be sold was the 1978 Elwro Television Game 10 (TVG-10), later sold by PPZ Ameprod from 1981 until 1984.
There must have been several hundred different models across the continents. The designs varied widely. The first models had only four options, just like the first console from Atari: tennis, hockey, squash and practice, for the lonely players. Subsequent pong consoles had extra options and in many cases even a light gun.
Patent: Cartridge programmable video game apparatus US 4095791 A; The Untold Story of the Invention of the Video Game Cartridge—how the Channel F's video game cartridge was created (January 22, 2015). Channel F was 1977's top game system—before Atari wiped it out at The A.V. Club ' s AUX (4/09/2017)